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Be mine, be mine, sweet valentine —Weeks, Sarah.

Many different kinds of creatures give a gift to their valentine.

Mrs. McNosh hangs up her wash —Weeks, Sarah.

Mrs. McNosh hangs up her wash with such gusto that her clothesline ends up holding the dog, a Christmas wreath, a kite, and other odd items.

If I were a lion —Weeks, Sarah.

A little girl pleas her innocence from her time-out chair by contrasting her behavior with that of wild and ferocious animals.

Paper parade —Weeks, Sarah.

A young girl watches a parade from her bedroom window, then falls asleep and dreams that she has joined the procession.

I'm a pig —Weeks, Sarah.

In rhyming text, a little pig exults in the fact that she is a pig.

Ella, of course! —Weeks, Sarah.

When Ella is banned from bringing her umbrella to the dance recital, she comes up with an ingenious solution to the problem.

Honey —Weeks, Sarah, author.

Introduces two characters -- one a girl, one a dog -- who are reaching back further than their memories in order to figure out where they came from and where they're going.

If you take a mouse to the movies —Numeroff, Laura Joffe.

Taking a mouse to the movies can lead to letting him do other things, such as making a snowman, listening to Christmas carols, and decorating the Christmas tree.

Pip Squeak —Weeks, Sarah, author.

Pip Squeak the mouse works hard to clean the house for his friend Max's visit, but then he has to clean up after Max too.

Two eggs, please —Weeks, Sarah.

A look at the many different ways to prepare the very same food, as everyone in a diner orders eggs.

Without you —Weeks, Sarah.

A young penguin and his father receive comfort from each other as they wait for the mother penguin to return from her diving.

Beware of Mad Dog! —Weeks, Sarah.

Nat Boyd and Boyd Fink are best friends who try to reverse Nat's streak of bad luck and avoid the class bully.

Oggie Cooder —Weeks, Sarah.

Quirky fourth-grader Oggie Cooder goes from being shunned to everyone's best friend when his uncanny ability to chew slices of cheese into the shapes of states wins him a slot on a popular television talent show, but he ...

Danger! Boys dancing! —Weeks, Sarah.

For Nat Boyd and his best friend Boyd Fink there's no escaping a class assignment to dance before the whole school.

If you take a mouse to the movies a special Christmas edition —Numeroff, Laura Joffe.

Taking a mouse to the movies can lead to letting him do other things, such as making a snowman, listening to Christmas carols, and decorating the Christmas tree. Includes letters, games, crafts, recipes and more. The C...

Bunny fun —Weeks, Sarah.

A lively young rabbit finds many ways to have fun--and cause havoc--on a rainy day.

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